What's In Your Fridge? - Jen Blog at Allrecipes.com - 139085

Jen

What's in your fridge? 
 
Nov. 22, 2009 11:42 am 
Updated: Nov. 23, 2009 3:25 pm
I always find it funny that my fridge is either really full or completely empty. It usually depends on what I have going on in the next few weeks to month that determines if I'm going to take the time to go shopping. I once saw an article about what different types of people have in their fridge – it was pretty interesting and funny. Thought it would be fun to throw out a couple of pictures of my fridge and my friend, Ashley’s, fridge(s)! Feel free to comment on what you have in your fridge, maybe it’s something delicious that I should add to mine!


Notice the bread is in the fridge - it takes me too long to eat it to leave it out on the counter. Also veggies not in the bin b/c the bin is currently filled w/a variety of Cougar Cheese.

{name} Jen
{lives in} the city
{type of home} apartment
{career} Social Media Community Manager at Allrecipes.com
{after work activities} anything from a mtg for one of the non-profits I’m a member of to happy hour with friends to some fun event going on in the city
{favorite tastes} appetizers – anything I can have in one bit and many of! Yogurt is working its way up there these past weeks. Pickles and cheese have always been at the top of the list.
{favorite drink} water, filtered please and of course wine





{name} Ashley
{lives in} the city
{type of home} apartment, rents
{career} something cool at Amazon.com
Sorry Ashley, I don’t the rest about you – but you should tell me so I can post!

The most important fridge in Ashley's place...
 
Comments
Nov. 22, 2009 11:50 am
It would be interesting if everyone would take a photo of the inside of their fridge and post it. I might do that. Mine usually has a fair amount of food in it, and I am very organized, but over a week or two it starts to get messy until I re-organize it again.
 
Nov. 22, 2009 12:19 pm
I usually have a lot of food in my fridge. Always have plenty of cheese and wine. Gouda cheese and Canadian white cheddar are our favorites at the moment. I like to have leftovers for my weekday lunches. I also have a ton of hot sauces. My son loves hot sauce and it seems we collect a bottle from wherever we go.
 
Nov. 22, 2009 2:49 pm
This past Friday I cleaned out our fridge having wiped out all the leftovers we could stand in preparation for T'giving Day foods. My 9 yo grand daughter looked inside and said, "Mama you have to go to the store. You and Buddy (grandpa) don't have any food"!
 
Rae 
Nov. 22, 2009 5:36 pm
I usually have an overflowing fridge. Filled with veggies and cheeses, milk, and butter mostly. This week its bursting with Thanksgiving ingredients :) Then it will be Thanksgiving leftovers :) I clean/organize it every week but it doesn't last to long :(
 
Nov. 23, 2009 7:38 am
My fridge actually gets more full as the week goes on because of leftovers - there's only two of us so when we make dinner we put the rest in containers in the fridge, but we're terrible about actually eating leftovers, so they sit there until Sunday morning before the grocery shop, when I clean out the fridge and throw most of it out. We really should have a designated leftovers day...
 
Jen 
Nov. 23, 2009 3:25 pm
If you would like to take a photo of your fridge & send it to me (jenniferm@allrecipes.com) I'll post the pictures in another blog!
 
 
 
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